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Three Methods to Enhance Peer Review in Your Classroom

Peer and Self-Assessment

Three Methods to Enhance Peer Review in Your Classroom

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We've all done it: asked students to switch papers before turning them in for editing and peer review, only to receive superficial comments and vague critiques that make us wonder if peer review is really worth the time. Some of us have students put sentences on the board for whole class peer review. The sentences go up, but when I ask for edits that might make them better, I hear nothing but the crickets chirping.

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